State Senator Dennis Kruse (R-Auburn) was recognized by Senate President Pro Tempore David Long (R-Fort Wayne) for achieving an outstanding voting attendance record of 100 percent during the 2008 legislative session.

“Legislators are elected to be the voice of their constituents at the Statehouse,” Long said. “This is often much easier said than done. Senators frequently have meetings, visitors and many other activities occurring simultaneously. Senator Kruse’s commitment to the citizens he represents is clearly shown by his excellent voting attendance record.”
In addition to votes on bills, there are also votes on amendments, committee reports and procedural motions. Kruse did not miss any of these votes.

“I am committed to doing the best job I can for Senate District 14 and that includes being present for every vote whenever possible,” Kruse said. “It is both an honor and a privilege to represent this area and to make sure constituents voices are heard at the Statehouse.”

Kruse serves Senate District 14, which includes portions of Allen, DeKalb and Steuben counties.

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